The sex scandal involving the just-departed International Monetary Fund director Dominique Strauss-Kahn is of course no reason to abolish the agency – but then we didn’t need another reason. The agency, centerpiece of J. M. Keynes’s postwar inflationary Bretton Woods brainchild, should never have been created in the first place, since it was another calculated step toward global government-controlled money.
- Was Dominique Strauss-Kahn Trying to Torpedo the Dollar? (thetruthiswhere.wordpress.com)
- DSK and the downfall of France’s elites (cbsnews.com)
- Strauss-Kahn hidden inside New York safe house – Reuters (news.google.com)
- Behind Strauss-Kahn, a Formidable Wife (newser.com)